Where Long Haul COVID meets long-term disability

Let us start this blog by looking at two definitions: Long Haul COVID: Long Haul COVID is when people contract the COVID-19 virus, and they experience ongoing health problems four or more weeks after being infected. These symptoms can present differently and… Read More

Lawyer’s group wants hard cap on referral fees

This article is a very important read, law society group cracking down on fees from lawyer to lawyer. Click here to read the article… Read More

United Airlines passenger dragged off overbooked flight ‘broke the law,’ says Jeffrey Shinehoft

Learn about the legal aspects of the United Airlines Passenger that was dragged off an overbooked flight. Watch and understand what has happened and what are the passengers right as a person and a customer of United Airlines. The video and see what Jeffrey Shinehoft has to say.    … Read More

I told something that was not true, does that mean I will never be believed?  

Personal injury cases often come down to credibility.  Can we believe what the person is saying?  This is especially true in cases where there is less objective medical imaging to support the impairment.  You have a victim saying they are in pain, saying they are impaired, but will they be… Read More

Damned if you do, damned if you don’t?

There is an old “joke” – the difference between major surgery and minor surgery?  Minor surgery is any surgery that happens to you, major surgery is any surgery that happens to me.  The joke is unfortunately far to relevant when it comes to accident cases. It is very easy to… Read More